construct a table of evidence from studies relevant to your topic that you have found from your literature search. In general, you should limit your literature search to peer reviewed research articles and major reviews which have been published during the last five years. There should be a minimum of six articles reviewed and you can include systematic reviews. The columns in the table should include the following: Authors,Title, journal in which the study was published, year it was published Type of study (refer to the table on page 62 of this article) The research question or hypothesis The study methodology The level of the evidence (You can use any accepted, published system for the level of evidence. Please note which system you use. Here are a couple of examples: Johns Hopkins Levels of Evidence, AACN New Levels of Evidence). Description of the subjects and sample size Major findings from the study.